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Created Sep 11, 2019
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Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am aszpak on github.
  • I am aleszpak (https://keybase.io/aleszpak) on keybase.
  • I have a public key ASAYB0Cg1nNP9baCKQrt0iSVBP6Xs2si3NZFml3oJQ0rzgo

To claim this, I am signing this object:

json { "body": { "key": { "eldest_kid": "0120180740a0d6734ff5b682290aedd2249504fe97b36b22dcd6459a5de8250d2bce0a", "host": "keybase.io", "kid": "0120180740a0d6734ff5b682290aedd2249504fe97b36b22dcd6459a5de8250d2bce0a", "uid": "57abff88c8f7009af81b0965cde61f19", "username": "aleszpak" }, "merkle_root": { "ctime": 1568207629, "hash": "d532794c7af2d5e22c4be8c9ff93ce497a0a7235830f0d3a80155087dd06704e6418c56243d4ae1368c9fc5320eb14537632c3438bf8f46524cf59f423bf6118", "hash_meta": "654b4ba48b211150ec5e3c9fd48c85ec388597c06db5947a5d7ea31e6120ebce", "seqno": 6710479 }, "service": { "entropy": "PFTSUKyX2Ih6pt7h+YRYc/cu", "name": "github", "username": "aszpak" }, "type": "web_service_binding", "version": 2 }, "client": { "name": "keybase.io go client", "version": "4.4.0" }, "ctime": 1568207644, "expire_in": 504576000, "prev": "f0fd25cdaf721458f39e01fabd9dfa9f1ea07a942a3e3c8ce3b92fd258ad402a", "seqno": 5, "tag": "signature" }

with the key ASAYB0Cg1nNP9baCKQrt0iSVBP6Xs2si3NZFml3oJQ0rzgo, yielding the signature:

hKRib2R5hqhkZXRhY2hlZMOpaGFzaF90eXBlCqNrZXnEIwEgGAdAoNZzT/W2gikK7dIklQT+l7NrItzWRZpd6CUNK84Kp3BheWxvYWTESpcCBcQg8P0lza9yFFjzngH6vZ36nx6gepQqPjyM47kv0litQCrEILBX3cU3sJGTHMKP+Sd1gtxZD9b4eZQ2pMathm0DRoolAgHCo3NpZ8RAzZOb38hf7hS5cJY/ZLmS14jd8syrjxLtnB4EXvrVKAdWMg3xRTNB3iu+oLtAX+VN9k21MwiSDoGfRlRdLNHUAKhzaWdfdHlwZSCkaGFzaIKkdHlwZQildmFsdWXEIAW8fQ+F/pxE20xJm0rAsTlzwwR87HP1trstCGOG3TEno3RhZ80CAqd2ZXJzaW9uAQ==

And finally, I am proving ownership of the github account by posting this as a gist.

My publicly-auditable identity:

https://keybase.io/aleszpak

From the command line:

Consider the keybase command line program.

bash

look me up

keybase id aleszpak

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